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Ireland Visa

Ireland Visa

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Posted Mon 10 Jun 2019 4:23 PM
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I am Indian national possessing Indian passport. I intend to visit Ireland and UK during July 2019. I have received UK VISA from 25/07/2019 and valid up to 25/01/2020. However I intend to visit Galway via Dublin on 23/07/2019 before proceeding to Belfast on 25/07/2019. My query is 
1) Do I need a Ireland for 23/07 & 24/07/2019
2) Can I get a transit / 48 hour visa at Dublin on arrival at Dublin on 23/07/2019
Thanks in Advance

Hemant Bhave
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Posted Mon 10 Jun 2019 6:25 PM
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Hello Hemant,

I'm absolutely thrilled to hear that you are planning to visit our shores! :)

Regarding the visa requirements for Ireland, I'll be more than glad to point you in the right direction.

In relation to the UK visa, I will definitely suggest you to verify these details with the Irish Embassy in London, as they will be able to tell you exactly which travel documents you will need to prepare for your visit. 

Also, I would love to know more about your plans, do you know which spots are on the list? How long will you be visiting us for?

Wishing you a lovely day! :D

Romina

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Hi Hemant,

As  Romina mentioned, it is always good to check with the embassy.

That said, did you know that there is a British-Irish visa scheme, which allows Indian nationals to travel under the same visa?
This means you won't need to apply for another visa.

There is more information regarding this scheme here.

Let me know if you need any further help. I am sure you will enjoy your time in Dublin and Galway, there is so much to do and visits there!

Elodie

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